Moving to the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible, if you have ever wondered why Jonah Became Angry, you will want to check out Romi’s devotional over at In the Way Everlasting, where he challenges us to see people around us as God does.
Ridge Burns reflects on the need for understanding from Psalm 119:33-34 (“Teach me, O Lord, to follow your decrees, that I may keep them to the end. Give me understanding, and I will follow your law and obey it with all my heart”), in his blog over at InFaith.
Turning to the New Testament, John Marcott, inspired by last week’s post by Richard Beck where he rewrote the Sermon on the Mount, produced his own paraphrase of the Sermon on the Mount Remix to challenge and inspire as we are Walking Towards The Light.
Dean, in a brief extrapolation on some “Noble Characters” from Acts 17, provides us with some insight and grace of how we should treat people who present different theological ideas to us over at his Working on the Mission blogspot.
Over at Thinking in Christ, Russ reflects on the text of the New Testament in his post Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt on the New Testament. He argues that the claim that the scribes who copied the Scriptures made changes to support their theology is not supported by the manuscript evidence and amounts to nothing more than an ad hominim attack against the scribes themselves.
Finally, with Father’s Day approaching, Paul Kuritz takes a look at our Heavenly Father’s great gift to us over at Opinions, and James Nakamura reflects on connecting with sons through remembrances at his Nakadude: Knowing the Extraordinary from an ordinary’s perspective blog.